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Advocate Academy Deluxe Webinar Collection USB

Individual Advocate Academy Webinar archives are available for purchase here.

   
Deluxe Webinar Collection USB
$50.00

Get archives of all 50 Advocate Academy Webinars for one low price!

The Advocate Academy Deluxe Webinar Collection USB gives you unlimited access to 50 of our 90-minute Webinar archives plus all related materials and additional resources. Access all events anytime, anywhere - no need for Internet access. You also get the complete IDEA 2004 statute and federal regulations, Section 504 federal regulations, plus 1 GB of free space for your files!

Use Advocate Academy Webinar archives for professional development, parent group meetings, and your personal advocacy resource library.

A must-have resource for special education advocates!

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The Advocate Academy Deluxe Webinar Collection USB contains over 75 hours of information presented by the nation's leading experts on these important topics:
  • Negotiating Assistive Technology Supports and Services
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments - Foundation for Effective Interventions
  • IQ Testing - Not Just about the Numbers (2 part)
  • Understanding the Woodcock-Johnson III (2 part)
  • Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Under the New Federal Special Education Regulations
  • Response-to-Intervention (RtI): What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
  • Understanding Reading Instruction and Remediation (2 part)
  • The Power of Section 504
  • Equitable, Effective and Meaningful Grading Practices for Students with Disabilities
  • Realistic Ways to Build Collaboration in IEP Meetings
  • Behavior Intervention Planning: Beyond Legal Mandates
  • Transition Planning Under IDEA 2004
  • Transition Assessments for Students with Disabilities
  • IEP Essentials: Lessons Learned Through Legal Analysis
  • Understanding Assessments: Psychological, Processing, and Achievement Evaluation Data
  • Understanding Assessments: Emotional and Behavioral Evaluation Data
  • Prepping for an IEP Meeting: What you need to know about AT consideration and AT implementation
  • Extended School Year (ESY) Services: What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
  • Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs): What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
  • Measuring Student Progress: Developing IEPs That Work
  • AT, AIM, NIMAS, UDL and More: Making It All Work for Students with Disabilities
  • Helping Families Prepare for Mediation and Resolution Sessions
  • Yes You Can! How Advocates Can and Do Make Positive Change
  • Students with Disabilities in Foster Care: What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
  • Discipline and Students with Disabilities: Key Concepts and Strategies for Advocates
  • Methodology Disputes: Getting Beyond the Assumption of Deference
  • IDEA and the Recovery Act: What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
  • Using State Complaints for Systemic Advocacy on Behalf of Students with Disabilities
  • State Performance Plans and Annual Performance Reports Under IDEA 2004
  • Navigating Response to Intervention: Tips and Strategies for Advocates
  • Advocating for Gifted Students with Learning and Other Disabilities
  • Including Students with Disabilities in Accountability Systems: Legal Framework & Future Issues
  • Ins and Outs of Compensatory Education for Students with Disabilities
  • Specific Learning Disabilities Identification: Where We Are and What We Know
  • Understanding the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • Citizen Press Corps: Tools to Engage the Media
  • Ethics in Special Education Advocacy
  • Standards-based Individualized Education Programs (IEPs): What, Why and How
  • Common Core State Standards: Implications for Students with Disabilities
  • Evidence-based Practice in Special Education: How Advocates Can Make it Happen
  • Challenging School Policies & Practices to Help Students with Disabilities Stay in School
  • IDEA at 35: What Advocates Need to Know and Do
  • The RTI Ruckus: What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
  • Unraveling the 504 Maze: Information and Strategies for Special Education Advocates
  • AT and AIM: Strategies for Student Success
  • AT Evaluation: Hitting the Target and Supporting Implementation
  • Student Accommodations: The Role of Parents and Advocates

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